Paarl – Cape Town, South Africa
Being one of the most scenic places in South Africa, we make our way to Cape Town today. Offering a wide variety of attractions and highlights, we start day with the cultural tour of Cape Town. Exploring the town of Stellenbosch and some of Cape Town’s finest wines, your tour comes to an end today.
Cosmopolitan Cape Town is the second most populated city in South Africa. It is an eclectic area containing a wide assortment of people from all over the world as well as a remarkable mix of Asian, European and African traditions. Situated on the Table Bay shores, Cape Town was initially established by the Dutch East India Company as a supply station for the Dutch ships sailing to Eastern Africa, India and the Far East. Upon Jan van Riebeeck’s arrival on the 6th of April 1652, the city was set up as the very first permanent European settlement of South Africa. Cape Town swiftly outgrew its initial purpose as the first European outpost at the at the Castle of Good Hope, and quickly developed into the economic and cultural centre of the Cape Colony. Up until the Witwaterstrand Gold Rush and the progressive improvement of Johannesburg, Cape Town was known as South Africa’s biggest city. It still remains one of the most well-loved tourist destinations of South Africa. The city is renowned for its gorgeous harbour, the iconic Table Mountain, and its natural location in the Cape floral kingdom. It encompasses vivid cultural and climate contrasts within the different regions that the city is comprised of, and is linked by fast freeways that enable you to travel from the wine farms of lush Constantia Valley to the sun kissed beaches, the vibrant city centre or a shanty township, all in a mere twenty minutes or so.
Accommodation: Own arrangements/ Post-tour accommodation can be booked through us.
Route: Paarl to Cape Town ±75 km
Activity Package: Cape Town Cultural Tour, Cheese and Wine Tasting
Included Highlight: Self-Guided Walk through Stellenbosch
Optional Activity: Lunch